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back and forth moving backward then forward, or forward then backward, often many times without stopping.
back out of to fail to do something that was agreed upon.
behind one's back when one is not present; secretly.
bounce back to return to a normal condition quickly or completely.
fall back on to have another choice if something does not work out; resort to.
go back on to take back.
pat on the back2 (informal) to show praise or thanks by words or actions.
pay back to return what is owed or borrowed; repay.
take back to retrieve something given to another person. [2 definitions]
talk back to answer in a rude manner.
turn one's back on to pay no attention to the needs of; abandon.